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, rob. nk you. thank you, rob. >>> this morning on "world news now" -- travel nightmare. the blinding whiteout conditions bring danger to busy roads and strand airline travelers. >> this morning's watches, warnings, and how they could impact your holiday travel plans. it's thursday, december 20th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good thursday morning. i'm sunny hostin in for paula faris. >> hi, everybody. i'm rob nelson. we'll check in with accuweather in just a second, as those storms move east this morning. >>> and then on capitol hill, a political storm. what the speaker of the house plans to do today to avoid that fiscal cliff and how the white house is already speaking out against it. >> oh, my, my. here we go again. >> how many days left, fellas? we've got to move to the middle at some point. >>> and also this morning, the viral video that captivated the world. you see an eagle. he appears to be a kidnapper. we'll show you why this is nothing but a hoax, and a lesson not to believe everything you see on the internet. and i will say, i called it yesterda
in the region had no electricity. that number was down to 133,000 by yesterday afternoon. rob marciano, you are busy tracking it all at the cnn weather center in atlanta. what can we expect today? >> this storm moving east. it's going to impact even more people. millions across the east coast in the form of wind and rain, which will slow down travel, also knock out more power. the snow continues to come down in many spots. the video just doesn't get old here. we're talking about blizzard conditions that impacted places yesterday across eastern kansas, parts of missouri and through iowa where the huge car pileup was and across wisconsin as well. these are some of the numbers. 18.5 inches in middleton, wisconsin. washington, wisconsin, seeing 16 inches. madison setting a record at 13.3. dubuque, iowa, over a foot of snow. massive, massive system. the white obviously indicating the snow. that's spiraling back around through chicago. strong winds off lake michigan. winds battering the indiana and illinois coastline. this will continue to push toward the east. more snow coming down. the heaviest
the prompter. >> it says rob. can you read, rob! >> the time of year for creative, wacky holiday family portraits. this one is our "favorite story of the day." >> that's right this year, the japanese offer a high tech alternative to the glossy prints. 3d figurines of the fan. >> reporter: consider this a modern take on ken and barbie. this woman flew in from hong kong to claim her minime. her boyfriend paul dressed to impress. >> a strange experience to see yourself kind of on a screen. you can't really hide anything. >> reporter: it is japan's high-tech answer to 2 d photos. scanners not cameras are preferred gadgets. snapshots don't take seconds but 15 minutes. this scanner here gathers all the information for one of the figurines. this camera here captures the body's shape. this one captures the texture. and i am going to put it up against it here, and you can see on the computer screen just how detailed it is. every wrinkle is brought back to life. this is you in the back? the creator says 3d scanning itself isn't new. in the latest bond film "skyfall" film makers use scanning and p
now, yeah, you don't even have to. >>> good morning, everybody. i'm rob nelson. >> and i'm sunny hostin in for paula faris. we begin with the monster snowmaker unloading on the nation's midsection. blizzard warnings are in effect for eight states, with blinding snow coming down in major cities like omaha, des moines and green bay. >> whiteout conditions have caused numerous car crashes across several states, including nebraska, kansas and iowa. a state of emergency has been declared in wisconsin where many schools are close ed today. abc's ginger zee braved the storm in des moines. >> here to madison, wisconsin, in the next 24 hours, it will be a foot or more. the wind gusts will make drifts three to five feet, just as all of these holiday travelers hit the roads. >> planes, too. air travelers hoping to beat the christmas travel crush were stranded in denver as their flights were canceled. crews tried to deice planes and clear the runways. but they couldn't keep up with all of the falling snow. winter getting an early start. officially tomorrow, right? >>> and more on where that
, everybody. 12-21-21. good morning, i'm rob nelson. that storm is blasting a big area from chicago to boston this morning. the latest is coming up in a second. from accuweather the story of the week, in connecticut, that tragedy. and one week after the massacre, how the nation will pause today and remember the victims as the debate over gun violence continues to intensify around the country. another somber occasion in what's been an extraordinarily somber week. >> for me it doesn't even feel like a week. >> no. and you can imagine in newtown, it doesn't feel anything like christmas should feel. just horribly sad. we'll bring you the latest coming up in a second. >>> also this morning, the people who are insisting that the end of the world is happening today, all this talk about the end of the mayan calendar has some people doing some rather drastic things. >> so far so good. we're looking all right. >> we're here. >> we'll see what the rest of the day brings. it's been fun in case we're not here later. >>> and later, if there is a later, simon cowell has a brand new reality of his own. somet
. >> exactly. you were the creative consultant from 1984 to 2009. but as rob mentioned, you've contributed to 400 consecutive issues, dating back to '66. how many straight issues, and give us an example of your most popular work. >> i did a lot of the "star wars" takeoffs. one of my favorite stories about the "star wars" takeoff, after the first issue -- the first satire i did, mort and i both got a letter from george lucas saying there should be an academy award for satire, one for mort drucker, one for dick debartolo, and i totally enjoyed it. two days later, we get a letter from lucas' attorneys. we are suing you for your infringement of our "star wars" property. so i said to the publisher back then, what are you going to do? he said, i'm writing, gee, george liked it. and they sent him a copy of the letter. never heard from them again. >> and the height of its circulation, 2 million subscribers. this was a huge cultural force in the country. what do you think was the secret to its success and what is it like to be on the inside of that? >> well, you know what? it was the first magazine
>>> good friday morning. i'm sunny hostin in for paula faris. >> and i'm rob nelson. we begin with the deadly blast of blowing snow, still battering the midwest on this first day of winter. and triggering warnings and watches across the country in 13 states. >> the blizzard is moving east this morning, after dumping nearly two feet of snow in madison, wisconsin. about a foot in des moines and dubuque. at least six people were killed, including 2 in a 25-car pileup in iowa. >> whiteouts were so treacherous, along stretch of interstate 35 was shut down. and the national guard was called in to help all those stranded drivers. the conditions dangerous for reporters, as well. >> the wind on interstate 80 is absolutely incredible. and it's just whipping from the north to the south. there's about a sheet of ice -- that was the one. >> blowing snow is really the problem here. it has stopped falling. but you can hardly tell. the cars still litter the side of the highway. there's incredible whiteout up and down i-80. >> i'm impressed that guy didn't fall. the storm is putting a damper o
on international boulevard. the gunman robbed four customers some an employee of cash, cell phones and jewelry, and cash from the register. no one was injured. >>> time to get a check on the weather. leigh glaser is off today. lisa is here. >> lisa: the rain has moved out but the cold air has settled in. i'll athlete no whether any rain cloud will get in the way of your new year's forecast. >>> san francisco fire investigator are trying to determine the cause of a three-blame alarm blaze that ripped through three homesle more than 40 people were displaced by the fire but no residents were hurt. one firefighter was treated for dehide addition and an injured shoulder. more than 140 responders were on the scene and kick action is credited for preventing a bigger disaster. >> did a great job. setting up the command system. >> ama: investigators say the fire erupted in the rear of a lower level apartment unit and there were working smoke detectors in the build writh started. >> on the peninsula, three horses were killed on highway 2880 after escaping from a farm. two horses were struck by a car aro
'm rob nelson. serious news to get to this morning. holiday festivities turned to bloodshed and fear when that masked man went on a shooting rampage. >>> also this morning, north korea makes a bold military move, launching a long-range ballistic missile. what that means for the u.s. and for the rest of the world. >>> it's really taking the united states government by surprise, too. and hair ye, hair ye, a burglary suspect's bizarre behavior make for an interesting day in a south florida courtroom. >>> later, prosecutors really want to throw the book now at, wait for it, yeah, lindsay lohan. the punishment she could now face. that is coming up in "the skinny." if she made half as many headlines for her acting than her legal trouble, she'd be in a much better spot. this time prosecutors are fed up. they are looking to take drastic action. so see how that plays out. >> i think she's on her second round of nine lives. >>> authorities say they have tentatively identified that gunman who walked into a shopping mall in portland, oregon, and opened fires on thousands of holiday shoppers. >> polic
," everybody. >> i'm rob nelson. we'll get to the discouraging situation on the fiscal cliff in just a moment. and we do have even a visual this morning. >> not yet. >> going to wait for it? very high tech. >> so high tech. working on this prop all day. all morning. >> weeks of planning. >>> we also have a major development in the case of software mogul john mcafee he was actually arrested last night. and this morning, police are taking more action after he tried to seek asylum in guatemala. a strange story gets even stranger. again he is now under arrest. >> bizarre to the nth degree there. >> yeah. >>> also this morning -- weeding through all the details on washington state's new law. [ coughing ] taking effect this morning. get it? that legalizes recreational marijuana use. i need you to cough please. [ coughing ] where can you light up? where can you not? >> yeah. all details. we don't want to leave you high and dry on the story. all the details on that. coming up. whew, man, willis put it down. >>> and later this half hour, rihanna sings a new career tune. if you are a fan you may be soo
. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good morning. i'm paula faris. >> and i'm rob nelson. in a moment, what that one-time insider from syria's chemical weapons program is saying now. if you weren't nervous about the situation before, after listening to this guy, plenty of reason for the world to be nervous what's going on inside syria. but also this half hour, the ultimate sacrifice. the member of the navy s.e.a.l. team 6 killed while freeing an american doctor from the taliban has been identified. we'll find out more about this fallen hero. >>> tom hanks is standing up for heroes. how the hollywood star is helping an army staff sergeant who just returned from afghanistan. >> very cool story. it was a prank in the best sense of the word. >>> and later, beyonce scores a $50 million deal. a sweet payday from a soft drink company. all the details coming up. >> keep reading. >> coming up in the -- whew, in "the skinny." we'll share some good beyonce news this morning. >> i don't think she's really worried. >> she's doing her thing. >>> but first, some very telling words from
." >>> good morning, everybody, i'm john muller in for rob nelson. >> i'm sunny hostin. paula faris has the morning off. family, friend, and fans are mourning the loss of jenni rivera. in a moment the latest on the plane crash that took the life of the music and tv star. >>> also this half-hour, fiscal face-off. the president and house speaker john boehner hold a private meeting with signs of progress in the effort to keep the economy from going over the fiscal cliff. >> all right. then crunch time. we all have the nfl week 14 action. as the the playoff picture starts to come more into focus. >> big, big football weekend right. >>> later, up for auction, a classic piece of casablanca's rich history is being sold 70 years later. i love that story! >> that's a great movie. first, family and friend mourning the loss of jenni rivera, a superstar of latin music. >> the so-called diva rivera had finished a concert and was on the way to another when her small plane crashed. abc's larry jacobs as the story. ♪ >> reporter: bewilderment and sense of loss among jenni rivera's fans in the los ang
. the gunman robbed four customers some an employee of cash, cell phones and jewelry, and cash from the register. no one was injured. >>> time to get a check on the weather. leigh glaser is off today. lisa is here. >> lisa: the rain has moved out but the cold air has settled in. i'll athlete no whether any rain cloud will get in the way of your new year's forecast. >>> san francisco fire investigator are trying to determine the cause of a three-blame alarm blaze that ripped through three homesle more than 40 people were displaced by the fire but no residents were hurt. one firefighter was treated for dehide addition and an injured shoulder. more than 140 responders were on the scene and kick action is credited for preventing a bigger disaster. >> did a great job. setting up the command system. >> ama: investigators say the fire erupted in the rear of a lower level apartment unit and there were working smoke detectors in the build writh started. >> on the peninsula, three horses were killed on highway 2880 after escaping from a farm. two horses were struck by a car around 5:00 a.m.,
cause the tree to fall over. robbing the- roots. >> no good can come from a good tree. if their roots -- become rotted with not enough oxygen and. of waterlog sorrell. >> this complete ruins of a public building. the landmark that was neglected for years has >> six dozen firefighters battled the blaze of the old pool house. san francisco police the partner responded a rug 1:00 p.m. and tried it for hours to get it under control. >> it is going to be burning for some time because it is up in the void spaces. it difficult to access we will be on the scene for quite some time could >> the fire chief's saying that heavy smoke and it went from all directions and they had to tackle the flames from the outside. >> we are not going to go interior to fight this fire is too low to high of a risk. i do not want risk firefighters for this. >> the world's largest heated saltwater pool was once a beautiful a san francisco landmark but has been appended for years. >> it is been around for a long time it as and -- abandoned. it >> they believe that it was empty. we will have to get into the building
saturn. dean youngblood on the silver screen who played him? i will give uh hint. he is gorgeous. >> rob lowe? >> ding, ding. all you have to do is say gorgeous. if i said gorgeous eight people would yell out rob lowe. >> would you like to play team or not a team? i like how you have a lot of foxy. >> new york islanders. >> that's real. that's an actual team. >> west chester olives. >> spain. >> it would be nice. go there and drink martinis. tempe melted ice cream cone. what a delightful name for a team. florida panthers. the hamilton eying wigs. >> no. >> topeka leg weights. the eugene drunk makeout session in applebys. >> if we learned anything today, there won't be a hockey season. none of these posers seem to care. what the hell are you looking at? what? you want some? you want some? >> we can't even talk about this because we spent too much time talking about "love actually." take a break. back soon. >>> according to a news report 1.2 million years of porn has been watched on the web's two larnest free adult sites since launched in 2006. they have 90 billion page views. the average
. >> good morning, rob and sunny. a powerful area of low pressure will bring blizzard conditions across the upper midwest. as we head on through the day, watch out in eastern iowa through wisconsin. wind-driven snow, winds in excess of 50, 60 miles an hour and visibility near zero. so dangerous to be on the roadways. when all is said and done, they're looking for a swath of 6 to 12 inches. rob and sunny, back to you. >> thanks a lot, jim. >>> and now, are you ready? because beer is involved in our what? "favorite story of the day" today. it takes us to akron, ohio, where the thisty dog brewing company has created mayan last dog beer. i like it. >> and it's a chocolate stout brewed with honey and cocoa mint, which the brew master calls a super food. they say surprisingly it has a chocolatey flavor and you can also taste the honey. >> looks good. and, of course, all of this is to celebrate the end of the mayan calendar tomorrow. but if the apocalypse doesn't come, they'll keep brewing it any way. >> my question is, the end of the world. hasn't it come a couple of times already? this is li
accidental. police are still investigating. >>> new video, two men robbing a store in southeast. surveillance video from this morning, in the 3,000 block. the manager says, the first suspect walked in. point aid gun ed a gun at him. demanding money. a second man went behind the register taking cash and cigarettes. no one was hurt. police are looking for the two suspects. the manager says the store was robbed last year. tonight, police say there are no obvious signs of foul play in the death of a woman in laurel, maryland. some one walking near a wooded area in the 9,000 block of route 1, found the woman's body this afternoon. investigators believe it may be a woman reported missing a few weeks ago. >>> one of the most famous musical artists in mexico is dead tonight. family members confirmed that jenni rivera was killed in of a plane crash early sunday. traveling on a private jet between concerts in mexico. francis coe has more on the grammy winning singer born in the u.s. >> reporter: her voice carried tremendous crossover appeal from mexico to the u.s. on saturday night, jenni rivera perfor
continues with bay area creeks. >> joining us his chief hydrologist his with the state agency. rob, what is this telling you? >> good morning. yes. we have the full staff. we have been around the clock watching the storm systems come through. we are currently watching some pretty healthy rises on the russian river, the napa river. the napa river, at st. helena is expected to crest around noon. with two- feet over its flood stage. the flood stage is at 16 ft.. and if it goes towards map but it could reach its flood stage later this afternoon. >> the russian river? >> the russian river, near well above its flood stage. later this afternoon. as it works down towards guernville. just under 32 ft. and cresting overnight tonight and tomorrow. >> as you move the south and south-east in the santa cruz mountains they have also been concerned as well as rivers and streams. how is that? >> there have been good responses with 2-3 in. of rain fall of the higher elevations. officials are watching that area. the creeks are responding, everywhere. good advice and keeping people away from the water waste
community. [ applause ] rob manna and ray korbo are firefighters. how you both holding up? >> difficult every day. every day it's a little bit better. but it's a challenge. it's certainly a challenge. >> one of the things i know you guys have been doing is handing out gifts to little kids, things from the red cross. that's got to bring some comfort. >> definitely helps. overwhelming amount of stuffed animals and teddy bears came streaming into the firehouse. and we're doing what we can to give it out to the children in town. >> you were born here, right? >> yes. >> you're from here originally. tell people about this community. i mean, i've just been struck about how close-knit it seems. and probably now more than ever. >> yeah, the outpouring of support from people in the community and the unity and, you know, the emotion is overwhelming. i can't say enough of the support we've been getting from even outside, other communities, and, you know, all around the country. the phone is ringing off the hook for people who want to bring food and supplies or whatever they can. >> i know on that h
crews are trying to stop erosion on devil's slide. rob faldeboe is in the santa cruz mountains, where roads are blocked. haaziq madyun is vallejo -- where a major mudslide is causing problems. >> it was a muddy mess completely covering the north highway 29 and of vallejo. caltran it temporarily shut down the connector ramp off interstate 80 well workers used this bulldozer to remove the mud. while workers used that holdovers arbulldozer and these cranes for clock with the recent clock's saturated the sort of this hillside causing this month slide toward as we take a look you can see with the rainfall so to earth gave way of liquefying huge sections of this hill and flooding the off ramp- with mud. after several hours a welcome sign for motorists. these crews reopens the exit and i was the first driver to use the off-ramp once the work was completed. in vallejo haazig madyun kron 4. >>pam: residents and commuters impacted by a large mudslide near highway 17 in the santa cruz mountains will have to wait at least until tomorrow for even a temporary fix. kron 4's you can see how bad th
pictures, tonight on kron-4 news at 5- 30. >>pam: but first tonight, robbed outside a bay area mall while christmas shopping. that story and more -- after the break. >>pam: held up at gun point in the parking lot of a popular east bay shopping mall. it happened last night -- while the victims were out doing their christmas shopping. kron 4's haaziq shows us where the crime occurred r >>reporter: there is a heavy security presence here at the sun valley mall in concordthis is in response to a woman being the victim of an armed robbery wednesday night at around 7:15pm here in this parking lot near the macy's womens store >> "a woman was getting out of her car she was approached by a black male, unknown age, medium build, who pressed something against her, she believed it to be a gun she gave him credit cards and he took off in a light colored vehicle" >>reporter: concord police are hoping the sun valley mall's security system will provide more details regarding the suspect >> "that includes reviewing surveillance footage from the sun valley mall security" >>reporter: in light on the inciden
away. they ran away after robbing the citibank. this is just east of 101 near downtown in san rafael. investigators are on the scene. interviewing witnesses, tellers who had contact with the robbers. they got away but at this point the search is just beginning and police are trying to figure out what happened and who is responsible. we will stay on top of this and try to get more information from police as we just spoke with them. we will have an update on ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00 p.m. >>> tomorrow could be another friday or could be the end of the world. ktvu's ann rubin is live in san francisco with how some are preparing and other are not. >> reporter: that's right. here they have a doom's day party planned for tonight. some people are celebrating, others are stock piling just in case. >> reporter: is it the end of civilization or the end of the mien cal-- mayan calendar. answering thousands of e-mails and calls and supplying video answers online. >> this is a big hoax. it will be a day just like any other. >> reporter: still stores have seen a spike in business from those buyi
at robbed and plymouth the air. because of that they have had to substitute one bus run for the train. jackie sissel says they may be picking that up sometime soon. >> let's go live to jackie on the scene live this morning. >> i can tell you that fire officials remain out here and the hose is lying across broad street. they may be opening the tracks and the next 15 to 20 minutes. there's several people that were displaced by this early morning fire. they got a call about 53283 story, multiple unit apartment complex. it second story apartment was on fire. league to alarm fire forced 38 people about into the cold. the unit that sustained the most damage will be long-term damage at four the neighbors. initially we were told there is a firefighter at that severed some smoke inhalation. i talked to the captain and said he had no information for that. >> it looks like there's a fire station right next to the building. is that an old fire station? >> that was the first question i asked. it is an old firehouse but it is no longer in service. it has been vacant for several years apparently. >>
. >> at this city sand bag station, rob and some friends are shuttling, tying, and loading. >> the previous oregon, got six feet of water in it. it got it after it was destroyed. but just trying to protect my asset. >> his property was among those hit in 2005 when the napa river and neighboring creeks swept over their banks. in an effort to hold off any flood can now, they're placing sandbags through the property. >> sand bags in front of the gate, and 50 around the entrances of the house. >> the napa river could rice as -- rises a high as two feet but not expected to overflow the banks, especially downtown. those affected by nearby creeks. >> do you have any plans on taking off? >> i have a second story so i'm going up. >> now, if the napa river does go over its banks, a few public areas have been closed. the downtown river walk promenade, the ox bow preserve, and right where we're standing at the veterans memorial park, they're closed tomorrow afternoon. abc-7. >> ama: another area of concern tonight is the russian river. a flood warning is in effect. the river is already high right now but coul
station, rob and some friends are shuttling, tying, and loading. >> the previous oregon, got six feet of water i got i it. it got it after it was destroyed. but just trying to protect my asset. >> his property was among those hit in 2005 when the napa river and neighboring creeks swept over their banks. in an effort to hold off any flood can now, they're placing sandbags through the property. >> sand bags in front of the gate, and 50 around the entrances of the house. >> the napa river could rice as -- rises a high as two feet but not expected to overflow the banks, especially downtown. those affected by nearby creeks. >> do you have any plans on taking off? >> i have a second story so i'm going up. >> now, if the napa river does go over its banks, a few public areas have been closed. the downtown river walk promenade, the ox bow preserve, and right where we're standing at the veterans memorial park, they're closed tomorrow afternoon. abc-7. >> ama: another area of concern tonight is the russian river. a flood warning is in effect. the river is already high right now but could get hi
cracking noises at 5:00 a.m. in front of rob porter's home. >> and then there was a large -- probably five minutes after the crack lig, a huge thud. >> in all the department of public works cleaned up the trees. it is real busy. >> this latest storm spared no neighborhood. it was snapped near moraga street. there was sig president cay -- significant street flooding. two large branches landed on one of the thoroughfares. and in city heights, a tree uprooted taking part of the street with it. a prius on the street was also damaged. >> you can replace a car, and some of the streets have been here 80 years. >> despite the loss of some trees, the city says thankfully there was little property damage and no injuries. although at this home, the family dog did come close to getting hurt. a large tree belonging to the house two doors down came crashing down on their backyard. >> i was thankful it didn't land on my dog. that would be tragic. i am glad he ran. he has big, long legs so he could run. >> the department of public works says most of the storm storm-related mess has been cleaned up. the re
going in to rob something. >> why do so many people put faith in this ancient calendar? >> i have never understood. i guess they were good at predicting things before, meterological things that are not prophetic, but they knew about the stars. i said it before and i will say it again, they are that the good about predicting the end of the world so many thousands of years in the future if they couldn't predict the spanish were coming to wipe them off the face of the earth i never understood that. >> ambassador we are looking at unrest in the middle east. is this the end of the world? >> look, my family and i for various reasons are planing to celebrate christmas on december 21st this year anyways. >> i like the way you think. >> sandra, how would you spend your last day on earth, and please say it is with me. >> that's a good question. i would definitely say if i were a single lady and i was out that evening i would definitely dodge all of the guys who want to pick you up. i am thinking nine months after this there will be a boom in the hospital. >> really stupid babies because beam -- i
agency fees does is it robs a union of the ability to clip dues off of all of the members who benefit from a union contract. instead of having a union contract where everybody who is covered from it has to pay a certain amount of money to the people negotiating the contract, people that are in the bargaining unit don't have to pay money. only those who wish to so it makes it difficult for unions to maintain themselves and have the resources for bargaining, politics and other forms of representation. so that's what really happens. what winds up happening in right-to-work states is that union density winds up being dramatically lower such as in the south. what epi found about a year ago is on average workers in right-to-work states, since there is lower union density they have less resources wind up making about $6,000 less a year than workers in states that are nonright to work. >> eliot: let me try -- you're saying so much. i want to distill it down and break out a couple of points. first, this is not a right-to-
was robbed. brian flores is in concord to tell us where the woman was when she was targeted, brian? >> reporter: yes, we are live here at the sun valley mall and the mall closes in another hour but concord police are looking for somebody who tried to steal the items from that woman here in the macy's parking lot. we have limited details but from what we understand, it is being reported that the woman was just arriving here at the mall when they reported something. they are still not clear if it was a gun and the man pointed a gun at the woman's head and she did not have any cash at the time so she gave her driver's license and credit cards instead. he then pushed her to the ground and she ran to the macy's and then she called police. still very limited details on the car description as well as the suspect but concord police are investigating. they are warning shoppers not just here in concord but wherever you are going shopping, just be vigilant and be aware of your surroundings. >>> parking ticket payment system reportedly held on to 3 $16,000 in over pavements it should have refu
under the blankets to make it look like people were sleeping there, and joseph banks robbed banks for $600,000 and that money was never found so authorities say he could have ample resources and another concern is that banks, also, vowed redemption on the court and there is in word if the judge who presided over his trial is now seeking some extra protection if this case continues. >>shepard: investigators may have finally solved a murder mystery after more than 50 years. the new chews lead to a pair of killers, already known for another gruesome crime. a murder mystery half a century in the making with resolution coming next. >>shepard: police have exhumed the bodies of killers featured in "in cold blood." the two killers were hanged for killing an entire family in kansas back in 1959. now, police are looking at their remains to determine whether they are linked to the murders of another family from a murder that happened weeks later in florida. they say advanced d.n.a. testing could finally provide answers. and now phil is live in florida. phil, we know the killers went to flori
in, all acceleration items and --. >>neil: when you say acceleration, they are robbing from the future, why are they doing that? because of higher taxes are coming? or what? >>guest: higher taxes are coming. they feel there is a good chance they will come. with higher taxes, if you kow next year will be higher tax rates than this year, what do do you? you accelerate income out of 2013 and put it through the tax code of 2012 so you pay lower taxes. some of these you could save large amounts of money. a lot of people are doing that and companies paying dividends ahead of time and accelerating bonuses so they are paid in december and not january, people are selling off their 401(k)'s and putting them in roth ira's that pay after tax income and stock options are exercised and an enormous number of items are moving this way and when we have had a tax rate increase in the future, you have seen the acceleration into the president and there is a big drop the next year and when we have seen the tax cut in the future, like 1981 or 1982 it caused a recession in the present. so you are
who robbed a bank late this afternoon. it happened at the city bank this week. the man got away with an us disclosed amount of cash. we first reported this robbery minutes after it happened on ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00, now we have a surveillance video to show you. police describe the robber as a white man in his 20s, about 5- inches tall. he has a shaved head and tattoos on his head, hands and neck. >>> house speaker john boehner cancelled a vote on his so called plan b. boehner apparently did not have the votes from his own party for the budget. >>> more people have come together tonight in the south bay to remember the tiny victims from that newtown massacre in connecticut. maureen naylor is in the south bay. tonight she spoke with a 10- year-old there who says he can't stop thinking about what happened. >> reporter: frank we're live at ida pierce middle school where we hear that the children plan to send their secret santa presents to the surviving victims of sandy hook elementary. chanting buddhist monks join a diverse group to remember the victims in newtown connecticut
was killed when two men tried to rob him. emma's funeral is set for tomorrow at 11:00 at st. mary's episcopal church in arlington. >>> we'll talk about the weekend forecast and we do have a little snow in the forecast. today looks fine with temperatures in the low 40s. we'll do weather and traffic with jeff newman coming up right after the break. >>> welcome back. this is a live look outside at the washington monument at 5:13 this friday morning. there is only a couple more days left in this year. we are almost done. with the chances of more winter weather heading our way, now is a great time to get the fox 5 weather app. search for d.c. weather in the app store. p store. >> all right. >> you keep leaving out the most important part. it's free. >> we should have like a little sound track. >> yes, my favorite word. >> the first thing i did was check out the fox 5 weather app. >> so did i. >> i was looking for something different than you but yeah. >> i was looking at the 10-day, trying to plan out my whole life. >> that is my favorite thing. >> i'm going hour by hour. i look at the hourly. >>
campaign is talking to rob portman on speaker phone, and they are talking about the possibility of having paul ryan going to the podium and sending anybody home until the next morning, saying, "we will let more to say in the morning." and he said do not do that. we will have results, and at that point, the romney campaign decided it probably was in the best interests to wait on the results and not send paul ryan down there. host: winning only north carolina. guest: is absolutely amazing. the obama people woke up on election day realizing they would lose florida narrowly, and they were shocked by their own success in carolina. one thing i did not put in the book, as the campaigns to reach the home stretch, the numbers in florida for the obama folks looked better, and bill clinton of all people demanded from chicago, hey, get me into florida more, and bill clinton did a lot of appearances in florida, and a lot of people think that may have helped turn the tide. host: we have one more caller from illinois. good morning to you. caller: good morning, steve, gentlemen. merry christmas. one thin
'm glad we cleared up this. wait a minute, how do i know -- are you lying now about the rob robots? or are you lying then? >> i'll have to come back. >> i'm glad we had this chat. "parental guidance" opens christmas day. coming up next, will it be cassidy, terry or nicolas? we'll preview tonight's live finale of "the voice." but first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪ you don't really care for music do you ♪ >>> back now with a touching tribute on "the voice" last night to the victims of the connecticut shooting. the coaches and kos tcontestant singing "hallelujah." here's jason kennedy. >> reporter: on monday night, the three finalists put it all on the line. pop singer cassidy pope took on scottish rocker terry mcdermott and the soulful nicolas david, all hoping to be crowned season three winner of "the voice." >> at this point in the competition, does it really matter if you win the show? >> winning the show would be amazing and it would be such a gratifying moment at the time, but it doesn't matter years down the line if you haven't gone anywhere with your career. so all of us are
is, lou dobbs. he was robbed. absolutely. lou: i have to be pretty careful today that this does not sound like sour grapes. i have to say that the choice is just fine. i mean, i was hoping for a different nobel prize winner to be the man of the year. a couple of folks come to mind. the lead scientist, he would have been quite an interesting fellow to put forward because he led the mars probe. i thought that was worthy of, perhaps, being a man of the year. cellular, microbiology, to actually get down to the gene level in talking about how to treat some of these diseases with the information that only they could discover. [talking over each other] lou: you would think the only thing that happens is a negotiation over something termed by the national media is a fiscal cliff. the only thing that happened in this country is, everything that child. these are scientists who have wrought great child to mankind. i do think that within the pathetic terms that constitute our time and media, particularly, for the liberal national media, obama is as good of a choice as any other. he is a man
, they break into your cars and homes and they rob you and they commit violent crimes. now if we treated this as a health issue they wouldn't be doing that. you know. if we enabled a way for them to get what they need to manage their addictions, then they wouldn't have to rob and steal from others. to manage that addiction. >> bill: i -- >> i can't tell you how happy i am that you got the reference to the wire. i hope everybody got that because my favorite story line was when bunny opened up hamster dam and he set up an area for people to buy sell used drugs in this one area of baltimore and crime everywhere else plummeted. plummeted. i thought it was a really smart way to show just how bad and how futile that war on drugs can be in a city like baltimore. >> now although that piece of it was fiction it makes a lot of sense! it makes a lot of sense. because think about it. the guns that permeate our communities today, they're tools of the drug trade. that's all they are. because when i first started working undercover in
. they hit the restaurant on international boulevard thursday night. they robbed four diners and a employee and took the cash register. >> two california men have been arrested in a riverside county grease theft. they are accused of stealing thousands of dollars of cooking grease from the mcdonalds. the owner helped catch them by staking out his restaurant after hearing about other grease thefts. it can be turned in to biodiesel fuel. >>> cat williams has been arrested on suspicious of felony child endangerment. guns and drugs were found in the house. he is being held in lieu of a hundred thousand dollars bail. he has been arrested several times in the past few months and the irs filed a four million dollar tax lien against him. >> the berkeley fire department has a new leader. the chief retired after 27 years. she broke barriers, she was the first female firefighter, it's first female chief and the second black fire chief in the country. she wants to spend more time with her husband. the deputy chief will lead the department temporarily. >> would be parents are still holding out hope th
? meteorologist alexandra steele is in for rob. >> today new york you will be in the 40s but you know, where's it been? in the last two weeks or so, we've had 1,600 record highs. of course with the warmth we've had a lack of early snow in the midwest and also in the northeast. of course they go hand in hand. take a look at this. it's been 276 days in chicago without measurable snow. measurables is a tenth of an inch or more. we could break the record in milwaukee. it's been 275 days without measurable snow. the record there only a few days from now. really no big snowstorms, not even an inch coming for some of these places but that will change. colder air is coming. i promise if you're looking for it. we've seen such cold air in alaska and in canada. that wilt drain farther south. the jet stream allows these temperatures to drop off and afford snow if the moisture moves in. 15 to 25 degrees below average for so much of the country. the southeast, we're staying from atlanta, nashville and birmingham. sunday is when that cold air will come in. two chances in places like denver, minneapolis and
that the boots were really expensive and he was afraid to wear them out because, you know, somebody might rob him of the boots so he's hidden the boots somewhere and that's why he's not wearing them. this is according to "the new york times." i was curious by the initial reaction to this photo because you see people everyday just walking by homeless people, treating them like they're a nuisance and yet this picture is taken and this outpouring of love. how do you like marry the two images? >> it is tough, isn't it? i know i have a hard time just walking past homeless folks and feeling torn. i think when we have a single image, then it can touch our hearts and it's not in that apprehensive threatening way because you never know if folks have mental disabilities, what they will do. i think our fears can rise up sometimes, but when we see one person, then our hearts are touched because we see, oh, my heavens, that could be me. i could be in that place, and we identify with the person. that's the challenge in our huge nation, as rich as we are. we often don't know how to connect one on one, and the g
parking lot where workers are on break. they were videoed several day's by fox's own rob walchek, the detroit affiliate. as a result of what he found he brought it to chrysler's attention. 13 employees fired following chrysler's investigation. two suspended 30 days. all of them back at work. check this out. roll the tape. >> hey, guys, hate to be a buzz kill, shouldn't you guys building cars? the government spent a lot of money bailing you guys out and you're coming out here on lunch break drinking like this? where are you guys going, man? >> reporter: they got out but didn't essentially get away because they lost their jobs. two years later most are back, reinstated 30 days later. they were drinking out of paper bags and reportedly smoking marijuana. the jefferson north assembly plant in michigan where this was taking place, they were part of the auto industry that received what was collectively millions in taxpayer bailout money, martha. martha: interesting. good reporting. jamie, thank you very much. >> reporter: sure. bill: was that guy driving away in a ford mustang in the s
. >> after he robbed the bank -- >> i mean, come on. where's the police work here? all they have to do is go to the strip club. >> well, not only did they go to the strip club but they hit it before it opened and they came back and hit it again at 1:00 in the afternoon with a heavily armed team of officers. then they staked it out with guys in the back. so clearly they want to make sure they're kept abreast of -- >> easy question. this is an easy question. what's likelihood they will be caught? >> they will be caught. we're not dealing with master criminals here. there's a lot they can do. there's also a potential threat with the judge. so the u.s. marshals do a lot of things really well. but the thing they do better than anybody they are man hunters and they're going to be man hunters. >> john miller thank you. >>> there is troubling news for toyota this morning. two of the company's most popular models got a poor rating in a new crash test. we'll hear toyota's response and show you what the company is doing about safety on "cbs this morning." to the best vacation spot on e
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